Perhaps inspired by the tabletop stereocard viewer won at Dargate Auctions the day before, I had a few hours to explore Pittsburgh on foot and turned my camera setting to sepia. Pittsburgh has a good variety of architecture and includes buildings from notables including henry Hobson Richardson and Phillip Johnson.
I recently saw a survey saying the locals are more likely to want to move than the residents of other cities. I can’t imagine why. They must only focus on crime and sports, the topics the local newspapers are known for reporting most on. I suggest they get out of their cars, turn off the television and take a walk around the downtown. Certainly it is an attractive place to be, and in terms of art and architecture, it belongs to an elite group of North American cities.
You can see more of Pittsburgh in Sepia by clicking on the image.